Sunday, November 28, 2010


visited branches: Rockwell, Mall of Asia, Glorietta 4

A visit to Dulcinea always results to a highly enjoyable dining experience. Maybe it's the blown-up photos of different majestic places in Spain, or the impressive Spanish meals they offer. Someone I know is very fond of this resto.

The interiors are bright. With simple Provencal designs, some curved steel borders, splashes of red and blue colors against earthen materials, Dulcinea captures the heart of countryside table manners.

Waiters are polite and attentive, nothing much notable. Drop lights are dressed-up with red cloths. Seats are standard. They normally have comfy couch seats next to the wall.

Although a bit pricey, everything is very well worth it. It gets crowded on peak hours, especially on dinner, or on weekends. Try their fish dishes. One can never go wrong with a nice fish paired with vegetables and mashed potatoes. Do not forget to chow on Churros after meal. And for the love of God, order their Salpicao! It's one of the best dishes they offer.

Aside from serving lunch or dinner, the also have a pastry counter. Their churros are a must! Dulcinea also caters cakes, breads, other pastries in bite-sized pieces, perfect for dessert.

Tropical Fruit Shake pitcher: Php175

Espaqueti Lasagna: Php150

Salpicao: Php310 (the best!)

Churros Con Chocolat: Php98 (Dulcinea's specialty and best seller)

Pescado A la Plancha: php360 (with soup)

Pescado ala Plancha: P360


Gypsy Steak: Php360 (with soup)

Lengua Estofada: Php370

French Onion Soup / Calamares

Tuna Sandwich: Php90 / Baked Macaroni: Php140+

Chicken Sandwich: P110+

Concourse Level, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive, Makati
Tel: (02) 756-5043

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